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- adv. In a hurried manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a hurried manner.
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- adv. in a hurried or hasty manner
Lily Tomlin's scenes seem hammered into the movie, as though she happened to drop by the set during shooting one day and she and Martin hurriedly came up with some bits for her to do for the fun of it.
"The irony is that the government's new job contracts were brought in hurriedly to help youngsters in France's troubled suburbs - where last November's rioting brought severe social and racial problems into sharp focus."
He was resting at his summer home in Persopolis, thirty miles away, when he was called hurriedly to Rio.
The following afternoon she looked in hurriedly, saying in her most official voice: "What is it you want?"
At this point the appearance of Solomon Hatch caused her to explain hurriedly,
Christophe wrote his name hurriedly and gave the letter to Lorchen.
She answered this call hurriedly, thinking at first that it must be Mrs. Redfield.
She tied the coin hurriedly into the corner of her rags, as though she feared that I might try to wrest it from her.
Jasper scrawled his name hurriedly and tore open the envelope.
Che star and Latin love god is chuckling to himself as he signs his name hurriedly on a stack of posters for his new movie,
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